كتاب الاسماء Kitabu'l-Asma'
The Bab, al-Bab, Bab, Babu'llah, Dhikru'llah, Nuqtatu'l-Ula, Hadratu'l-A'la, Hadrat-i-A'la, Sayyid 'Ali-Muhammad al-Shirazi, Shirazi, Kitab-i-Asma', Kitabu'l-Asma', Book of Names, Book of the Divine Names, Word of God, Asma' Allah, largest revealed scripture, Names of God, Divine Names, Bayan, Bayanic, Babism, Babi Faith, Baha'i, Bahaism, Baha'i Faith, Arabic
Sayyid `Ali Muhammad "the Bab" Shirazi. Kitab-i-Asma' ('The Book of Names' of All Things) Ms., private hands. This is a partial manuscript of 481 pages, only a fraction of the size of the complete work.
Collection opensource_Arabic; opensource
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According to Saiedi (2008: 36): "This work, the complete text of which is more than three thousand pages, is the largest revealed book in sacred history. It consists of nineteen unities and 361 gates (chapters)."